A popular board game in the 1980s famously took, "a minute to learn... a lifetime to master". Portable arms are a deceptively simple metrology system for which the same catchphrase applies. Arms are designed to be highly flexible and easy to use for a wide variety of measurement tasks. However, understanding measurement datasets and how to use them for verification, reverse engineering or any other application can be far more involved than it first appears.
Here are five steps to help provide a sound basis for adopting more robust and effective methods when using portable arms. Read more…
We have some great people who work at INSPHERE - we fondly call each other INSPHEROs - and to help you get to know them a little better, here's a little interview with one of the team.
Meet INSPHERO and metrology engineer, Jon Sneller.
What do you do at INSPHERE?
I’m a metrology engineer – this means that my time is split between onsite measurement work, reporting and analysis for customers, and research work. Read more…
At INSPHERE, we fondly call the members of our team INSPHEROs and we’d like to help you get to know our team better.
Meet Tom Farr, metrology engineer and the very first INSPHERO.
What is your role at INSPHERE?
Leading service measurement jobs and supporting companies in integrating metrology processes into their business. Read more…